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  • Quebec fish soup
    Quebec fish soup
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    Lover of delicious Canadian recipes, discover Quebec fish soup. With its surprising flavors, it warms the hearts and palates of fine gourmets. Serve this succulent gourmet preparation generously garnished to your guests to move them. Let's discover together the specificities of this typical Canadian dish.

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  • Coureurs des bois in Canada
    Coureurs des bois in Canada
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    Anchored in Canadian popular culture, the Coureurs des Bois are emblematic characters in the history of New France. Long considered vagabonds and illegal immigrants by the French colonial regime, these men upset the codes of the fur trade and greatly influenced the development of Canadian society. From the 17th century to the present day, a look back at the adventures of these pioneers of the fur trade.

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  • Bacon and maple syrup burger
    Bacon and maple syrup burger
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    How about biting into a tasty Canadian burger? Discover the recipe which consists of bacon and maple syrup. It mixes the country's emblematic ingredients in a burger with a unique taste. Let's find out more about this way of cooking the hamburger.

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  • Sugar cream from Maison Sainte Julie
    Sugar cream from Maison Sainte Julie
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    Sugar cream is a gourmet inseparable from the holiday seasons in Quebec. Each family has its own recipe and besides, it is not always easy to succeed in the preparations. Fortunately, there are ready-made products with all the flavors like the sugar cream from Sainte Julie.

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  • How to use maple sugar?
    How to use maple sugar?
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    Maple syrup is a traditional and popular food in North America. We owe its origin to the Native Americans who already used it as a source of sugar, long before the arrival of the settlers. A legend attributes the discovery of the syrup to the dogs who would have licked a branch of maple, thus giving the idea to their master to taste it in turn. When the first settlers arrived in North America, the Amerindians taught them the art of pruning the trunks to collect the sap. The syrup is obtained...

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  • How to use cranberry juice?
    How to use cranberry juice?
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    Cranberry is a small tart red berry the size of a cherry, native to North America. Today, very popular, this berry is consumed in many forms: raw, dried, in powder, in tea, in jam, in compote, in syrup, in vinaigrette, coated in chocolate and of course in juice! Like most fruits, consuming them whole provides better nutritional results. So here are the reasons and benefits why you won't want to part with your cranberry juice and especially the best ways to use it!

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  • Canada's Lobster Eldorado
    Canada's Lobster Eldorado
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    The lobster is an animal that is mainly active at night. Generally, it takes shelter, in crevices or under rocks during the day and provides for its needs in depths of less than fifty meters. In Canada, the southern St. Lawrence and the waters of Nova Scotia are teeming with lobsters. Quebec and New Brunswick are also places rich in these crustaceans.

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  • The culinary specialties of the island of Orleans to taste
    The culinary specialties of the island of Orleans to taste
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    Quebec is a bastion of the Francophonie in the northern part of America. Quebec City is recognized for its historical richness, its cultural value and for its Aboriginal, British and French influences. Île d'Orléans, affectionately nicknamed "The Garden of Quebec", is rich in gourmet products. It is a city where you always have something to do, to discover and in particular always some culinary specialties to eat. Certainly, the city of Quebec is full of many addresses for all budgets, where...

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  • Top 20 expressions from Quebec
    Top 20 expressions from Quebec
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    Quebecers use expressions that are both funny and colorful at the same time, which are often difficult to understand without a little explanation. That's what this article is for, to make sure you understand conversations the best you can.

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  • Focus on sugar cream, a typical Quebec delicacy
    Focus on sugar cream, a typical Quebec delicacy
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    Do you want to know the secrets to a successful sugar cream? Then read this article! It also contains useful information on its nutritional values and on the top 10 best fudges. Focus on this specifically Quebec treat!

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  • Main products grown in Canada
    Main products grown in Canada
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    Whatever the country, agriculture is one of the pillars of the national economy. The same is true for Canada, where agriculture plays a very important role. True, only 7 % of the country's land area is used for cultivation, but that does not hinder Canada's productivity. Indeed, thousands of products are grown there every year, including corn, canola and fruit.

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  • maple taffy on snow
    maple taffy on snow
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    This traditional recipe from Quebec consists of making melt-in-the-mouth confectionery from maple syrup. It is heated and then fired over snow, hence its name. The soft candy thus obtained is traditionally eaten with a stick, or quite simply with a spoon. We tell you all about maple taffy on snow.

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  • Canada's maple syrup cookie recipe
    Canada's maple syrup cookie recipe
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    Maple syrup is an emblematic product of Canada. If it is popularly eaten topped with pancakes, crepes or waffles, several recipes can also be made with it. Today we share with you some Canadian maple syrup cookie recipes.

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  • The maple leaf, the emblem of Canada
    The maple leaf, the emblem of Canada
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    The maple leaf immediately calls Canada when seen. How did it become such a strong symbol of the country, and what place does it occupy there today? We give you more explanation in this article.

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  • Cranberries and urinary tract infections
    Cranberries and urinary tract infections
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    The cranberry, or cranberry, is traditionally consumed in North America to fight urinary tract infections. It would contain active ingredients helping to protect the body against the pathogenic agents responsible for these infections. We tell you more in this article.

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  • Canada's Wild Salmon
    Canada's Wild Salmon
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    Wild salmon is one of the most popular and consumed species of fish in Canada and around the world. It is now considered a true local emblem, due to its cultural importance to the indigenous populations. Raised in aquaculture or living in the wild, this salmonid is a high value-added product that greatly contributes to the country's economic growth. Due to its special place in Canadian culture, wild salmon are currently the focus of many conservation strategies.

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  • Native American art in Canada
    Native American art in Canada
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    First peoples of North America, the Amerindians have a culture of their own. This term is used by anthropologists to refer to Indians who once lived in America and are considered Aboriginal. For those who are from Canada, the designation of First Nations people is much more appreciated. What can we say about these people? Origin, history and art? Focus on the subject.

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  • Beaver tail recipe
    Beaver tail recipe
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    Canada is a country rich in culinary specialties and beaver tail is one of the essential recipes. It is distinguished by its soft texture as well as its oval, elongated and flat shape. This Canadian donut has its own cooking method. In addition, the ingredients used during its preparation are well defined. But what can be said about the true story of the beaver tail and how is it concocted?

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  • Sea buckthorn: an unknown fruit
    Sea buckthorn: an unknown fruit
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    Introduced to Canada in the 1930s, sea buckthorn is a fruit shrub belonging to the Eleagnacea family. Although it is often unknown to the general public, this shrub nevertheless contains significant energy and nutritional resources. Sea buckthorn indeed has many health benefits, due to its multiple bioactive components. What are the origins of this shrub and how is it exploited in Canada? Why should we consider the virtues of sea buckthorn more? Overview of the different characteristics of...

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  • Zoom on the monarch butterfly in Canada
    Zoom on the monarch butterfly in Canada
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    The monarch butterfly is one of the most recognized butterfly species in the world. In Canada, this animal species is found from Alberta to Newfoundland. Its most important breeding grounds are in the southern regions of Ontario and Quebec. A small portion of the monarch butterfly population also lives in the southern part of British Columbia. Zoom on the monarch butterfly in Canada!

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